Research • Policy • Practice

Topic: Problem Solving

National Association of Drug Court Professionals Statement of the Scope

This position statement by the NADCP explains their scope in the treatment and criminological fields and the types of court by category.

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America’s Problem-Solving Courts: The Criminal Costs of Treatment and the Case for Reform

This is a report that examines drug use as a public health issue and provides information on the evolution and future of drug courts in the US.

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DRAFT

Job Title: Problem-Solving Court Counselor Grade 9 – NE. Major Duties:. This is a highly responsible para-professional position that is performed under the close supervision of the Problem-Solving Court Coordinator, as well as the Chief Probation

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Confidentiality Agreement

A confidentiality agreement for Problem Solving Courts.

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Ensuring Sustainability for Drug Courts: An Overview of Funding Strategies

The National Drug Court Institute (NDCI) has developed this publication to assist courts in creating a sustainability plan that moves past initial implementation into long-term viability.

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What Makes a Court Problem-Solving? Universal Performance Indicators for Problem-Solving Justice

This document identifies a set of universal performance indicators for problem-solving courts.

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